An Apple a Day // Striped Sweater + Mini Skirt

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Nyc fashion blogger Kathleen Harper's fall outfit idea of a striped sweater and black mini skirt.
I admit it, I was definitely the most extra person at the apple orchard. But I couldn't resist pulling out a quintessentially fall outfit that *aesthetically* (not necessarily *practically*) fit the occasion. And you know what? Zero regrets...even though it was over 80 degrees!
Nyc fashion blogger Kathleen Harper's fall apple picking outfit.
Nyc fashion blogger Kathleen Harper's apple orchard photo shoot at Wilkens Fruit and Fir Farm.
Nyc fashion blogger Kathleen Harper wearing a black mini skirt with tall black boots.
For the farm, I wanted a fun look that would complement my surroundings. That translated into poppy stripes, bold colors, and playful accessories. I also get major back-to-school vibes with this outfit, which perfectly fits in with the fall season as well.    
Nyc fashion blogger Kathleen Harper wearing a Time Out Alice and Olivia crossbody purse.
Nyc fashion blogger Kathleen Harper wearing a colorful striped sweater from Nordstrom
Nyc fashion blogger Kathleen Harper wearing a cute outfit for apple picking in the fall.
The below photo was taken right after I picked my favorite apple of the day. Isn't she a beaut? ...She tasted even better than she looked ;)
Nyc fashion blogger Kathleen Harper apple picking in the fall at Wilkens Fruit and Fir Farm.
Nyc fashion blogger Kathleen Harper wearing a fall outfit of a striped sweater and yellow headband.
[sweater: Nordstrom // skirt: Zara (I also like this one) // boots: Steve Madden (similar pair here) // purse: Alice & Olivia (I also like this one) // headband: Anthropologie // earrings: vintage from my mom (I also like this pair) // lip color: Fenty Gloss Bomb in "FU$$Y"

Pretty much as soon as it turned fall, my friends and I took a day trip to Wilkens Fruit & Fir Farm in Yorktown Heights, NY. We thought it'd be the perfect way to celebrate the change of seasons and get a change of scenery — and it totally was! As much as I love Manhattan, it was so refreshing to switch things up — even for just a few hours — and spend time in nature. The best part? It was a simple trip! 

We took a train from Grand Central Station and the ride only took about 45 minutes. We picked apples, snacked on apple cider donuts, enjoyed a wine tasting, and ended up hanging out in the adorable town of Peekskill before heading home. A perfect fall day in the books!

// SHOP //


1 comment:

  1. such a cute outfit
    and it's so perfect for the season!
    :D


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